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Can u make professional results today with just traditional modelling?

Too dumb for sculpting.
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Yes but takes a lot more time.
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>>692517
If you're talking about hard surface objects like cars, sci-fi ships or medieval weapons, yes. If you're talking about objects that are organic like humans, monsters and clothing, then still yes but it takes several times longer.
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>>692521
>>692522
I don't mean AAA realism garbage but anime girls.
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>>692523
The answer to that is still "yes but it takes more time". There should be plenty of non-sculpting anime tiddy modeling tutorials online too. Also use the /questions/ thread next time.
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>>692523
Sure, you can do that, but sculpting is faster
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvgIVNDU-Dxjb3eukDF5W0l0-6ShO9OiM
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>>692523
anime brainrot
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>>692523
>AAA
>anime crap
pick one, and stop scooping in the chromosomes bucket
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>>692527
He did. He picked anime tiddies.

>>692523
This >>692524
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>>692517
No, because you obviously can't draw.
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>>692522
Can you post an example or is there no clear difference?



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